For many years we have all gone to McClure Hall for our incredible, unforgettable and delicious pancake supper. This year we are hoping to again have some of the fun even if we can’t all be in the same room. Everyone is invited to come, even if you aren’t cooking.
Join in on the link: zoomchurch We will start at 5:30 pm, to prepare and flip those pancakes together. At around 6:30 pm, we’ll say grace together and then we can eat pancakes with all the fixings, or whatever your dinner is that day.
To add a little extra to the evening, we’d be glad if you have a favourite type of pancake that you make and would be willing to give a demonstration or talk about it and give out the recipe. Please just let Nancy know so we can make sure that you’re given the mic, as it were. (Contact her at: 416-924- 7439, ext. 29, or drop an email at: [email protected])
BSUC Pancake Super pancakes. (We have used this recipe since before 1999!)
Dry – (pre-mix).
1 1/2 c flour
1 T baking powder
1 Tbsp sugar
1/2 t salt
Wet – ( beat together then add the dry to this).
1 ½ c milk
2 Tbsp oil
⅓ tsp vanilla
Mix until smooth – disregard small lumps.
Pour onto hot lightly greased griddle or electric pan set at around 380°F or 180°C. (serves approx. 3 people)
Gluten Free Oatmeal pancakes
(Original recipe from Quaker Oats – modified as Gluten Free)
500 mL milk
375 mL quick oats, uncooked
300 mL brown rice flour (or mix of GF flours)
30 mL sugar
10 mL baking powder (all b.p. in Canada is GF)
5 mL salt
10 mL guar gum (works much better than xanthan gum)*
2 eggs, beaten
75 mL vegetable oil
Pour milk over oats; let stand 5 min. Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and guar gum. Add dry ingredients, eggs and oil to oats mixture, stirring until combined.
Pour 50 mL batter for each pancake onto hot lightly greased griddle. Bake to a golden brown, turning only once. (Makes 18 pancakes)
* Although many experts say xanthan gum is interchangeable with guar gum, when I use xanthan gum for this recipe, the batter is so thick I have to thin it constantly and even then the pancakes are much thicker than I like.
And don’t forget the toppings!! Maple syrup and butter, as well as any or all of: cottage cheese, yogurt, cantaloupe, and frozen fruit like strawberries, blueberries and raspberries! And of course, bacon or sausage.